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Use "insensibility" in a sentence
"But this _insensibility_, this heartlessness, gives very much the effect of a positive and real ill nature, and M. Bergson had thus simply repeated and expressed in a new way, more precise and correct, the opinion of Aristotle: the cause of laughter is malice mitigated by insensibility or the absence of sympathy."
"Commend me to what you call the insensibility of the"
"He has reproached me for what he terms my insensibility to his perfections, and says"